HVAC systems are commonplace in large air-conditioned spaces. Using ducts, pre-cooled/heated air can move to each vent as needed. The degree of cooling and heating in each room is adjusted by the occupants using a thermostat, inline fans blow the needed air into the room, and condensate pumps, which collect the condensation from latent water vapor produced in a cooling system. This guide will help select appropriate products in those categories.
Adjusting the temperature
Thermostats should ideally be easy to install and use with HVAC systems. Quality thermostats will have easily readable digital displays and full button operation. Many modern thermostats now come with easily changeable "profiles" for sleep, wake, return, and so on. Some thermostats can be programmed for the entire week, with a different set of temperatures and times for each day.
Distilled water condensate collects in all cooling systems; in an HVAC system, this water contains many small particulates and may not correctly drain if a gravity-based drain isn't available (or practical). Allowing the condensate to build up is risky; a condensate pump can detect, collect, and pump this water away. Ensure that the condensate pump selected is compatible with the HVAC system on hand, of course. Quality pumps are made of ABS or other impact-proof thermoplastics.
Inline duct and booster fans are ideal for smaller HVAC installations or where a booster fan is needed to redirect air into a room. Such fans have to be lightweight and durable, with low maintenance overheads. It's also prudent to get a fan that makes low amounts of noise, as noisy fans are likely to disrupt life in a home or office environment, though noise-reducing attachments are also available for the same. Extensions such as carbon filters are useful for eliminating strong or unpleasant odors.
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